Craftsman RevivedTransitional Living Room, Austin

The new design expanded the footprint of the home to 1,271 square feet for the first level and 1,156 for the new second level. A new entry with a quarter turn stair leads you into the original living space. The old guest bedroom that was once accessed through the dining room is now connected to the front living space by pocket doors. The new open concept creates a continuous flow from the living space through the dining into the kitchen.

The new bright, crisp kitchen features CaesarStone counters and white cabinets. New appliances and a large central island with seating is perfect for cooking and entertaining. Off the kitchen is a new family room and laundry. In addition, a hallway featuring a command center, craft closet and original bathroom, leads to the original guest bedroom, currently being used as an office. Up the stairs is a kid play area with built-in shelving, a new kid bathroom with double vanity, two extra bedrooms and a spacious master suite.

Photo by Tre Dunham

Medium sized traditional living room in Austin with grey walls and medium hardwood flooring. —  Houzz
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rbmeg added this to kitchen13 November 2019

Cabinets in dining area are less kitchen like

Leah Spitaleri added this to Balance13 November 2019

this shows informal balance because you wouldnt want to sit and eat in a room like this

Kristy Chu added this to Remodel29 September 2019

- General homey feeling - Craftsman style touches

jfaaron added this to jfaaron's ideas14 August 2019

This is our model of dining room table (different finish). like the colors


It's Mindful Gray by Sherwin Williams

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